Ana Isabel Martinez

Mexico's Pemex back in red despite oil production uptick

Oct 29 2021

((This October 28th story corrects Pemex loss to 77.2 billion pesos from 62.8 billion, corrects revenue total to 384.7 billion pesos from 732.1 billion after company changed figures with stock exchange)

Operations at Mexican oil refinery resumed this week -source

Oct 22 2021

MEXICO CITY Operations at Mexican national oil company Pemex's Tula refinery resumed two days ago after a three-week closure due to rail and road blockades by protesting teachers, a company source with knowledge of the matter told Reuters on Friday.

Exclusive: Mexico's second largest oil refinery halted, stocks piling up - sources

Oct 12 2021

MEXICO CITY Mexico's second-largest refinery remains halted since late September due to protests by teachers that are blocking roads used by state-run Petroleos Mexicanos (Pemex) to transport the facility's output for domestic consumption and exports, two sources close to operations said on Tuesday.

Women across Latin America march in favor of abortion rights

Sep 29 2021

MEXICO CITY Thousands of women demonstrated in several Latin American cities on Tuesday to commemorate the global day of action for access to safe and legal abortion, in a region where the procedure is fully permitted only in a handful of countries. | Video

El Salvador women march against abortion laws amid planned Latin America-wide protests

Sep 28 2021

SAN SALVADOR, Sept 28 Scores of people in El Salvador waved green flags and marched through the capital San Salvador en route to Congress to demand loosening of the country's "strict" abortion laws, with similar protests planned across Latin American cities.

Exclusive-Mexico forecasts $60 per barrel prices for 2022 crude oil exports

Aug 27 2021

MEXICO CITY Mexico expects an average price of $60 per barrel for its crude oil exports, as well as an average crude production of 1.9 million barrels per day (bpd) for 2022, as state-owned Pemex struggles to increase output, a government source told Reuters.

Slow well re-connection curbs optimism over Mexico oil output recovery -sources

Aug 26 2021

By Ana Isabel Martinez, Marianna Parraga and Stefanie Eschenbacher

Mexican president says Pemex to distribute gas to consumers

Jul 07 2021

MEXICO CITY Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador said on Wednesday that his government will create a new business within the state oil company Petroleos Mexicanos to distribute liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) directly to consumers.

Mexico taps Pemex to run major oil find, ramping up energy nationalism

Jul 05 2021

MEXICO CITY (Reuters) -Mexico chose state-owned Pemex to run a major shared oil find over the private consortium led by a U.S. oil company that first discovered it, in the latest win for President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador's nationalistic energy policies.

Mexico could raise $1.5 billion with global minimum corporate tax of 15% - deputy finance minister

Jul 01 2021

MEXICO CITY Mexico could raise about $1.5 billion in revenue if a global minimum corporate tax were to come into effect, a top finance ministry official said on Thursday, as governments around the world negotiate an overhaul of the system.

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